Jul 192012

Hott Synopsis

They may be brothers, of a sort, but that doesn’t mean that they have to act like it. It’s not like Hutch’s father ever acknowledged Slade, the son he had before he got married, so why should Hutch?

But when their father dies and leaves his estate to the brothers jointly, it seems as if he was just itching to start a fight – not that it would be the first between the men.

All Hutch can think about is the ranch that should be his.
All Slade can think about is his steamy new neighbor.

Hott Review

Wow. Ever since reading Susan Mallery’s new Fool’s Gold Cowboys series, I’ve been chugging the cowboy books. Who can beat them?
I absolutely devoured this book. There were some very steamy sections but overall it was just a really good book – I can’t wait for the next one!


Author: Linda Lael Miller
Source: Harlequin via Netgalley
Grade: A
Series: Parable, 1


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  2 Responses to “Review: Big Sky Country”

  1. I enjoyed this one! Book 2 (even better)!

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